Donna Carol was born to write and sing music. As long as she can remember she has been writing poetry and humming tunes that were less than familiar.
Throughout the years she penned her words, yet the first song for which she can remember both lyrics and melody was written at the age of twelve.
Raised a preacher's kid, in middle Tennessee, Donna was used to being around music and singing. Her mother wrote many of the songs that she would then sing in church. So, writing songs and singing them, to the glory of the Lord, seemed very natural.
As a child, Donna was frequently on stage singing solos in church, participating in choir, or singing in small choral groups. She loved listening to the songs of Dottie Rambo, The Happy Goodmans, and The Imperials. For many years those were the only albums in the house.
A graduate from George Peabody College for Teachers of Vanderbilt University. Donna has had the opportunity to teach in a variety of schools. Not only has God given her a talent for writing uplifting songs to praise Him, but also the gift of loving and teaching children.
Though she has lived and taught full-time in Tennessee, Florida, and Texas; her love for writing and singing has never diminished.
Throughout her life Donna has had the opportunity to sing in many weddings, perform with a band for several years, write songs for special retreats, themed devotionals, Christmas plays, and meetings. She currently sings in the alto section of her church choir. This worship ministry is just one area that brings joy to her life. She is also writing music for special events, and in response to special requests, singing in churches and concerts.
Her greatest love is the time she spends with God and writing the songs that lift His name!
God blessed throughout her life! Now, with two wonderful sons (almost completely grown), her life long dream of singing and writing full-time, is a desire of her heart that God is fulfilling.